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David Morneau I'm enjoying this music so much. It's all I've listened to this week. The variety of sounds and influences and styles is so great.
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Christopher Moklebust I can only imagine that in some past life Hafdis Bjarnadottir would have been a part of some traveling caravan of gypsies journeying their way across the deserts of Egypt and through the land of Canaan - the kind deserving of a few pages within some Canterbury like tale - and somewhere along the way, through all their trials and tribulations, they ventured upon to Iceland. That's as awesome as I can describe such an awesome album! Favorite track: Útrunnið.
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The Hafdís Band:

Steinunn Gyðu-og Guðjónsdóttir, recorders
Grímur Helgason, clarinet and bass clarinet
Eiríkur Orri Ólafsson, trumpet
Kristín Þóra Haraldsdóttir, violin and viola
Sandra Ósk Snæbjörnsdóttir, cello
Hafdís Bjarnadóttir, electric guitar and electric bass
Ragnar Emilsson, acoustic guitar and electric bass
Magnús Trygvason Eliassen, drums

Composed and produced by Hafdís Bjarnadóttir.
“Aivaliotiko” is a Greek folk tune.

credits

released December 21, 2009

Recorded in Studio Flís in August 2007.
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Aron Þór Arnarsson.
Editing and sound manipulation by Hafdís Bjarnadóttir, 2009.
“Gítardúett” was recorded at RÚV - The Icelandic National Broadcasting Service - in February 2007, by Páll Sveinn Guðmundsson.
Sleeve design by Kári Martinsson Regal / Port, based on a photograph by Dagrún Aðalsteinsdóttir.

Thanks to Szymon Kuran. The electronic parts in “Szymon” were processed from recordings of the late violinist Szymon Kuran. Thanks to Glitnir bank for financial support. Thanks to everyone in the band and to others who helped.

www.hafdisbjarnadottir.com
Hafdís Bjarnadóttir 2009

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